I didn’t do the production on this, but I did write the script and do a lot of the graphics. As a follow up, the Washington Post recently wrote an article about the programs that have come out of this Design Thinking process.
Kate, our College and Career librarian, does a great job of making the product sound awesome: We filmed at the Central Library’s 2nd floor Help Desk, using the field kit from Arlington Independent Media (AIM). This was the first time we’d filmed against such a complicated background, and I kind of love the way […]
Does your library use Meetup? A year and a half ago, one of our then new librarians launched a totally new (to us) program – Book Dating. It’s been delightfully successful (press coverage has definitely helped), and sometimes we’ve had almost 40 people attend an event. But after a year, promoting Book Dating has presented […]
As post-Hurricane Sandy chaos and recovery continue, tumblr suddenly seems useful in a way that it never has before. Fitting the Message to the Medium In 2008, although I had played around with twitter, I didn’t yet get it’s usefulness. But then in November 2008, the Orange County Register used twitter to aggregate eyewitness and […]
I spend so much time writing for work, that I’m terrible about blogging for myself. So I’m going to challenge myself to write one blog post a month this November, and maybe in the process I’ll figure out how to write something useful, yet short and manageable on a more regular basis. Today’s Library to-do […]